Chaz, it's not rocket science to attract a woman. Part of that means you will be expected to sexually satisfy them but you are lacking Chaz Bono struggling to find a permanent partner because he 'repels' women NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, October 17, 2015, 2:30 AM A A A Share this URL John Russo/Bella/WireImage Bono says that other than swapping estrogen for testosterone, not much else has changed for him since transitioning. Chaz Bono cannot find love because he “repels” women. Lovelorn Bono, 46, says he has been out on dates but just cannot connect with the opposite sex even though the transgender LGBT advocate was once a member of the opposite sex. The reality star son of Cher has been struggling to find a permanent partner after splitting with Jennifer Elia in 2011. “I seem to repel women that I am attracted to,” Bono told Confidenti@l at the Les Girls charity fund-raiser in Los Angeles.” He says, “I have been single for four years, which has been a great thing and (it’s) great to have time to myself.” Starting in summer 2008, Bono, born Chastity Bono to the pop-star duo of Sonny and Cher, began a two-year gender reassignment treatment that made him the man he is today. But the 39-years Bono spent as a female didn’t give him insight into the mind of the single woman. “I haven’t really been dating and I do think that women have a different idea when you ask them out for a date than what it actually is,” he confessed. “That is my theory, which is, ‘I find you interesting and would like to get to know you better.’ But I think they think it is more than that somehow.” Bono says that other than swapping estrogen for testosterone, not much else has changed for him since transitioning. “I have always been in a male mentality,” he said. “Other than that mentally things haven’t changed that much. Unfortunately I don’t have any insight into women. I wish I did have more, but I really don’t.” He also revealed that despite his appearance on Caitlyn Jenner’s E! show “I Am Cait,” he and Jenner are not very close, even though the reality TV show may have led people to assume otherwise.